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[Product Update] How to Send Longer Push Notifications

How to send longer-push-notifications

Now you can send notifications longer than 124 characters. Our system allows for messages of up to 2048 characters.

As you may or may not know, Twitter is now considering increasing its character limit from 140 to 10,000. If your app’s push notifications are connected to your Twitter account your longer messages will show up just fine on the platform.

Send longer push notifications

Please remember that only the first 8 or so words will be visible in the notification on mobile devices before it’s opened.
Be sure to add your call to action and any emojis in that space so your users immediately know what your message is about. This way your users will be more likely to open them and take action on your offer or update.
I encourage you to log in to your app dashboard and try it out this week.
If you are unsure about this feel free to contact support at [email protected]

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Bryan McNeil-Walker

Bryan "Don Suave '" McNeil-Walker is a marketing strategist and music producer. Through his digital marketing agency Alavon365, Bryan has generated over a million dollars in revenue for his small business clients. Coming from a musical family, (his father was lead saxophone player for Rock and Roll pioneer Little Richard) Bryan has always had a rare talent for making music. Along his journey he found that artists like him who have a disdain for the music industry have to master marketing as a necessity. His passion has lead to falling in love with marketing and coming up with the S.A.M. Method; a digital marketing framework that any creative entrepreneur or business owner can use to grow their business. Bryan is also co-founder of Uncord Technologies which has built an order ahead app for food trucks.